Superman Lois And Clark

Author: Dan Jurgens
Publisher: DC Comics
ISBN: 140127207X
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ROAD TO REBIRTH The Superman and Lois Lane of the pre-New 52 DC Universe return in SUPERMAN: LOIS AND CLARK, from the creative team of Dan Jurgens and Lee Weeks!

Lois And Clark

Author: Dan Jurgens
ISBN: 9781401262495
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"Following the epic events of CONVERGENCE, here are the adventures of the last sons and daughter of the Krypton and Earth as they try to survive in a world not their own.

Examining Lois Lane

Author: Nadine Farghaly
Publisher: Scarecrow Press
ISBN: 0810892375
Size: 36.93 MB
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The character of Lois was carefully articulated from the get-go. In Action Comics
no. 1 Clark invites Lois to go out dancing. When a “thug” tries to cut in, Clark lets
him. It is Lois who confronts the man and defends herself by slapping the
perpetrator of the unwanted advances across the face. The panel in which this
scene plays out showcases the contorted dynamic that will characterize the
Superman/Lois/Clark relationship. As Clark watches Lois slapping a man he is
given two bits of ...

100 Things Superman Fans Should Know Do Before They Die

Author: Joseph McCabe
Publisher: Triumph Books
ISBN: 1633194957
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Sweet, funny, and sexy, TV's Lois & Clark: The New Adventures of Superman
proved, in its four seasons, that the Superman mythos could be as meaningful to
fans of romantic comedies as it was to action junkies. The show's pilot, a
doublelength episode retelling Superman's origin, aired the night of September
12, 1993. Inspired by the post–Crisis on Infinite Earths reboot of the character,
Lois & Clark featured a more assertive and charismatic Clark Kent than had been
traditionally ...

Flights Of Fancy

Author: Kenneth Von Gunden
Publisher: McFarland
ISBN: 9780786412143
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A mysterious green-glowing crystal leads Clark to the Arctic. Throwing the crystal
as far as he can, Clark watches as it grows to a "Fortress of Solitude." It is here
that the image of Clark's real father, Jor- El, continues his education for twelve
years. Clark, now 30, returns to Earth as Superman. New York City. . .er. . .
Metropolis. Inside the busy Daily Planet offices, newly hired Clark Kent (
Christopher Reeve) meets reporter Lois Lane (Margot Kidder) and photographer
Jimmy Olsen (Marc ...

The 10 Cent War

Author: Trischa Goodnow
Publisher: Univ. Press of Mississippi
ISBN: 1496810333
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The comic book that introduced the characters of Clark Kent, Superman, and Lois
Lane laid the groundwork for the interventionist leanings of their creators.
However, before examining the story-line examples that depicted the conflict
between isolationist and interventionist policies, an analysis of the characters
who portrayed the various perspectives in the coming World War II arena is
appropriate. The most important characters are, of course, Clark Kent, Lois Lane,
and Superman.

Investigating Lois Lane

Author: Tim Hanley
Publisher: Chicago Review Press
ISBN: 1613732473
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“You showed plenty of courage getting that monster story, Lois!” Clark appeared
in all of the shorts, but he was busy as Superman, and his bylines were few and
far between. Lois was the undisputed star reporter. But that soon changed. After
producing the first nine Superman shorts, Fleischer Studios underwent a
dramatic overhaul. Max and Dave were no longer on speaking terms, and their
latest full-length feature, Mr. Bug Goes to Town, flopped in December 1941.* The
studio was ...

Caped Crusaders 101

Author: Jeffrey Kahan
Publisher: McFarland
ISBN: 0786425326
Size: 62.32 MB
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Clark, meanwhile, is typically given some lesser task formerly reserved for
women. To a man raised in a Je›ersonian Smallville, the big city is problematic
because the roles of women and men have been turned upside down. Women
have become men, but these “butch” women don't need these “feminized” men.
Superman's love interest, Lois, is a prime example. Her masculine behavior
suggests autonomous completion. She doesn't need a man to feel complete. As a
consequence ...